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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

24/09/2019 10:00am

Hungate - a medieval art centre based in the former 14th century church of St Peter Hungate - will be showing a special screening of John Betjeman's 'A Passion for Churches' (1974) as part of their Sacred and/or Secular exhibition programme. Part elegy, part clarion call, Betjeman's film explores the history and future of historic churches in the diocese of Norwich. Introduced by Dr Clare Haynes and Rev Dr Peter Doll. Thursday 24 September, 7pm. Please RSVP to hungateglass@aol.com 
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/512139342863521/
24/09/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club will begin a new 'Steps to Employment' Course on Tuesday 24th September.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
26/09/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
26/09/2019 7:30pm
A time of reflection for all struggling or grieving as a result of drug and alcohol related addiction.
It is a service to remember those lost and suffering due to addiction.
Wherever you are on this journey you would be welcome to join us.
Thursday 26th September 2019 - 7.30pm
Norwich Cathedral, NR1 4DH
This event is organised by The Matthew Project. The Matthew Project team will be there if you wish to talk.
27/09/2019 9:00am
The House of Prayer is holding Prophetic School sessions on Friday mornings. The school will start with coffee at 9am, followed by worship at 9.30, with two morning sessions and ministry time, ending at 1pm.
 
There is no charge but an offering will be taken each week. We would ask that if you wish to participate you will endeavour to be at every session. The school is equally suitable for beginners or those wishing to know more about the biblical foundations of the prophetic. Please contact jill@call2prayer.co.uk to sign up for the school, or for more details.
27/09/2019 7:00pm
Freedom is Coming by Bishop Nick Baines. We live in uncertain times and are not always sure how to live accordingly. Isaiah 40-55 offers insight into faithful living in turbulent times, offering wisdom on hope, fear, the desert experience and joy. How do we hear words of comfort when we are in exile? And does any of this have anything to say to Brexit Britain? This lecture will take us from exile to hope via imagination.
 
27/09/2019 7:30pm
Maddy Carvosso, a trained counsellor and prophetic Bible teacher with a wealth of life experience, will be the speaker at Heartbeat Ministries. 
27/09/2019 7:30pm
28/09/2019 9:00am
Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham supports a school and church project in a small village called Lumpewe in Uganda, and has set up a charity called Reed People to help with developing the school, and provide necessary training and equipment. A team of eight local people will be heading off to Uganda on October 17 for ten days to embark on their latest support mission.
 In order to prepare for the visit, there will be another Sewathon to make drawstring bags which can hold personal items, as this offers the Ugandan women privacy, protection and dignity. Anyone who wishes to be involved is warmly welcome to come along and help, whether or not they can sew.  
28/09/2019 4:00pm
Marham Military Wives Choir. Part of Deepdale Festival 2019. www.deepdalefestival.co.uk
29/09/2019 2:00pm
Tin Heart Troubadours with The Heart Strings. Part of Deepdale Festival 2019. www.deepdalefestival.co.uk
30/09/2019 10:30am
Adat Yeshua will be holding the full High Holy Day Services during the next couple of months as always. There are morning services, all starting at 10.30, for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur, Sukkot (Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Last day of Tabernacles). All services are open to the interested public, but we would ask that if you have any questions about what is expected for each service that you email the Rabbi on rabbi@adatyeshua.co.uk first. Our High Holy Day services tend to be well visited so early ‘booking’ is advised. We look forward to meeting you.
 
Dates for each service: Rosh Hashanah – 30th September, Yom Kippur – 9th October, Sukkot – 14th October, Simchat Torah – 21st October. More details can be found on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AdatYeshua.UBMS
30/09/2019 7:00pm
Are you concerned about housing?
Perhaps you’re struggling to afford your first place, or are you older, thinking of downsizing and worried about moving away from friends and neighbours? Or perhaps you are interested in energy efficient housing, or appalled by some of the developments proposed for your area?
01/10/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club is running a 'Steps to Employment' Course.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
01/10/2019 7:00pm
Four information and training evenings are planned in October to inspire and prepare new recruits, as well as inform the wider team about this winter's plans and any changes for the new season.No experience is needed and you can volunteer as much or little time as you wish. You can contact Lucy McKitterick, Night Shelter Coordinator by emailing nightshelter.steering@gmail.com or call 01553 776109.
02/10/2019 12:30pm
Oak Grove Chapel, Catton Grove Road, Norwich
A light lunch will be provided from 12.30pm and donations towards this will be welcomed.  At the lunch there will be the opportunity to eat and pray together and the host is to be arranged. It will end by 2pm.
 
Please confirm your attendance to Lisa Fifield the Transforming Norwich administrator at transformingnorwich@gmail.com at least one week by Wednesday September 25.
02/10/2019 7:00pm
Four information and training evenings are planned in October to inspire and prepare new recruits, as well as inform the wider team about this winter's plans and any changes for the new season.No experience is needed and you can volunteer as much or little time as you wish. You can contact Lucy McKitterick, Night Shelter Coordinator by emailing nightshelter.steering@gmail.com or call 01553 776109.
03/10/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
04/10/2019 9:00am
The House of Prayer is holding Prophetic School sessions on Friday mornings. The school will start with coffee at 9am, followed by worship at 9.30, with two morning sessions and ministry time, ending at 1pm.
 
There is no charge but an offering will be taken each week. We would ask that if you wish to participate you will endeavour to be at every session. The school is equally suitable for beginners or those wishing to know more about the biblical foundations of the prophetic. Please contact jill@call2prayer.co.uk to sign up for the school, or for more details.
04/10/2019 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Twelfth Shewing, I IT AM
04/10/2019 7:30pm
Each month we focus on drawing close to God through worship, testimony and hearing God’s Word taught.  The aim is to experience His tangible presence in our worship times, so that we are refreshed and refuelled by the Holy Spirit to be happy witnesses for Jesus. This month our speaker is Stephen Green. You are welcome to email us at ousevalleyfillingstation.org.uk if you would like to have further details.

There is always the opportunity for prayer ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit during our meetings. We are expectant of seeing God move in power to accompany the preaching of God’s Word. We do hope that you will come and join us. You will be warmly welcomed. Refreshments from 7.00pm.
05/10/2019 2:30pm
Ecumenical service in church at 2.30pm. (Guest speaker Revd Suzie Ellis)
Followed by optional walk to The Roman Fort for a short Act of Worship at the site of Fursey’s monastery and light  refreshments at The Village Hall.
 
Further details from Maureen Grey 01493- 781747
05/10/2019 2:30pm
Sarah Housden, a Christian and Senior Lecturer at the UEA, will use her expertise and passion to launch a new monthly Dementia Support Group in Thorpe St Andrew open to anyone in the early stages following a dementia diagnosis, carers or those with concerns or an interest in the area.

Anyone wanting to find out more, or to assist with or come along to the group can contact Sarah at sarahj.housden@gmail.com or by phone in the evenings on 01603 436907.
05/10/2019 3:00pm
Afternoon Tea with Light Music – (Flute: Wyatt Earp, Contralto: Vera Cooke, Piano: Angela Dugdale MBE).  Tickets £10 in advance from Lin Wright 01263 822312.  In aid of the All Saints Bell Appeal.
 
05/10/2019 7:00pm
05/10/2019 7:00pm
Combining his entertaining brand of operatic song and laughter Christian Jonathan Viera is coming to Meadow Way Chapel in October for an evening of ‘Songs & Tales’.  Tickets for the evening with international singer and raconteur Jonathan Veira cost £8 or £4 for under 16s and can be bought from the Cards ‘n’ Things shop at 193 Reepham Road, Hellesdon or call 01603 485 832.
06/10/2019 3:30pm
A rare opportunity to hear from a Rabbi, an Imam and a priest at an afternoon of tea and talks. The event, entitled “Loving God and Loving Your Neighbour in the Holy Land” is organised by the Matlaske Benefice. The speakers are: Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra, a leading Iman in the United Kingdom; Rabbi Natan Levy, Head of Operations for Faiths Forum for London; Revd Dr Yazid Said, an Anglican priest, from Nazareth.
The discussions will be concluded by Rt Revd David Gillett, Interfaith Adviser for the Diocese of Norwich.
Tickets cost £15 per person and include traditional afternoon tea at 3.30pm, followed by the talks at 4.15pm, and drinks and chat afterwards from 5.30pm.  Any proceeds will go towards helping young people and families in the Matlaske Benefice and charities selected by each speaker.
Tickets should be bought in advance from Corinne Youngs. e-mail : corinne@avyoungs.com  or ring 01263 577 263.
08/10/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club is running a 'Steps to Employment' Course.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
08/10/2019 7:00pm
This is the third of four information and training evenings planned in October to inspire and prepare new recruits, as well as inform the wider team about this winter's plans and any changes for the new season.No experience is needed and you can volunteer as much or little time as you wish. You can contact Lucy McKitterick, Night Shelter Coordinator by emailing nightshelter.steering@gmail.com or call 01553 776109.
08/10/2019 7:00pm
Two-course dinner with guest speaker: Alan ‘Piano’ Smith, the Rock ‘n Roll pianist presents ‘Way Points’ – the journey that led him to Jesus. An entertaining, but challenging, evening of music and inspiration.
Tickets are £15, evening starts at 7 for 7.30pm.
Tickets should be booked in advance via Dr Barrie Lawrence, Norwich Chapter President, on 01603 898289
or by email to: barrielawrence@btinternet.com
 
09/10/2019 10:30am
“Adat Yeshua will be holding the full High Holy Day Services during the next couple of months as always. There are morning services, all starting at 10.30, for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur, Sukkot (Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Last day of Tabernacles). All services are open to the interested public, but we would ask that if you have any questions about what is expected for each service that you email the Rabbi on rabbi@adatyeshua.co.uk first. Our High Holy Day services tend to be well visited so early ‘booking’ is advised. We look forward to meeting you.
10/10/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
11/10/2019 9:00am
The House of Prayer is holding Prophetic School sessions on Friday mornings. The school will start with coffee at 9am, followed by worship at 9.30, with two morning sessions and ministry time, ending at 1pm.
 
There is no charge but an offering will be taken each week. We would ask that if you wish to participate you will endeavour to be at every session. The school is equally suitable for beginners or those wishing to know more about the biblical foundations of the prophetic. Please contact jill@call2prayer.co.uk to sign up for the school, or for more details.
11/10/2019 1:00pm
Deepen your spiritual life at a two-day retreat focusing on the teaching of Julian of Norwich on October 11 and 12 in Norwich. 
12/10/2019 9:00am
Deepen your spiritual life at a two-day retreat focusing on the teaching of Julian of Norwich on October 11 and 12 in Norwich. 
12/10/2019 10:00am
The Sheringham & Cromer Choral Society invites everyone to a free workshop to rehearse and perform Vivaldi’s Gloria. The Come & Sing workshop open to all members of the community and is a free event thanks to funding from North Norfolk District Council as a fringe event in the Coast Arts Festival. 
This free workshop is open to all - new and experienced singers alike - under the guidance of Musical Director, David Ballard. Antonio Vivaldi's Gloria will be the piece worked on. The day will start at 10.00 am with registration, and the workshop will run until approximately 3pm, when there will be a free informal concert performance open to all friends, family and anyone else who would like to join the group to hear the results of the day's work.
Although this is a free event open to all, prior booking IS required. To book a place please contact Jo Hurrell, preferably by Email at sccssec@gmail.com  or 01263 711 087.
 
12/10/2019 12:00pm
Norwich Healing Rooms will be at St Stephens Church every second Saturday of the month from 12 O’clock until 3 pm
12/10/2019 5:30pm
aturday 12th October - 5.30pm start
Harvest Quiz Night
£3 per person
Norwich Elim Church in Trory Street
Tickets are available from Pastor Nick Whipps by making contact on 01603 219038 or email mail@norwichelim.co.uk
12/10/2019 7:30pm
Out of Egypt, a five-piece Christian band formed a year ago, is to play its first anniversary concert. 
The band plays a broad range of Christian songs in a contemporary style. Their repertoire includes early spirituals and old time Gospel numbers, some that people might consider pop songs and a growing collection of original songs written by band member Gary Cunningham.
The anniversary concert will feature a support act and will be an opportunity for any local church or charity thinking about organising a charity concert to see them in action and will be enjoyed by anyone wanting to hear gospel music.
Doors open at 7:00pm. There is no charge to attend but voluntary donations will be welcome.
13/10/2019 2:00pm
HOLT DEANERY ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM - How should we respond to the  challenge of climate Change?
COME ALONG, LISTEN, ASK, DISCUSS & ACT. 
Chaired by the Bishop of Lynn, speakers will include: Professor Keith Tovey, UEA, Jake Fiennes, NFU;  Delaval Astley, Organic Farmer;  
 Enid Barron, General Synod Member. All are welcome to stay for Harvest  Evensong at 5pm. 

 
13/10/2019 6:30pm
The Evensong service will be led by St Peter Mancroft's vicar Rev Edward Carter and the address will be given by Declan Moore, the Governor of HMP Norwich and a Christian.
 
Joan MacInnes, the Prison Fellowship Co-ordinator for Norwich, said: "Every year, Prisons Week gives us an opportunity to pray for prisoners, their families; for the victims of crime and for all those involved in the work of our prisons. Please join us at St Peter Mancroft for this service which has been jointly arranged by HMP Norwich Chaplaincy,  Prison Fellowship and Norwich East Deanery".
14/10/2019 10:30am
Adat Yeshua will be holding the full High Holy Day Services during the next couple of months as always. There are morning services, all starting at 10.30, for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur, Sukkot (Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Last day of Tabernacles). All services are open to the interested public, but we would ask that if you have any questions about what is expected for each service that you email the Rabbi on rabbi@adatyeshua.co.uk first. Our High Holy Day services tend to be well visited so early ‘booking’ is advised. We look forward to meeting you.
 
14/10/2019 7:30pm
Professor Mike Hulme will explore the cultural politics of climate-change in an open lecture in Norwich Cathedral on 14th October. We need to take account of the diversity of religious, historical and cultural traditions around the world. We also need to reconcile the different economic and social interests of rich and poor communities. Who should take responsibility to avoid the potential disaster of climate change?
 
Contact: SFN Secretary, Nick Brewin (07901 884114); sfnorfolk1@gmail.com;
15/10/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club is running a 'Steps to Employment' Course.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
15/10/2019 7:00pm
This is the last of four information and training evenings planned in October to inspire and prepare new recruits, as well as inform the wider team about this winter's plans and any changes for the new season.No experience is needed and you can volunteer as much or little time as you wish. You can contact Lucy McKitterick, Night Shelter Coordinator by emailing nightshelter.steering@gmail.com or call 01553 776109.
16/10/2019 7:00pm
Rev Matthew Price will be Installed by the Bishop of Thetford and Inducted by the Archdeacon of Norfolk as the Vicar of St Mary Magdalene parish, enabling him to continue developing all that he has begun.
 
17/10/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
18/10/2019 9:00am
The House of Prayer is holding Prophetic School sessions on Friday mornings. The school will start with coffee at 9am, followed by worship at 9.30, with two morning sessions and ministry time, ending at 1pm.
 
There is no charge but an offering will be taken each week. We would ask that if you wish to participate you will endeavour to be at every session. The school is equally suitable for beginners or those wishing to know more about the biblical foundations of the prophetic. Please contact jill@call2prayer.co.uk to sign up for the school, or for more details.
19/10/2019 10:00am
Rev Dean Akrill, Associate Vicar of Sprowston, will lead ‘The Never Ending Story’ workshop in dynamic storytelling and communication, helping people present Bible stories and their own story of faith in effective ways.

Rev Dean Akrill has a passion for the performing arts and telling stories. He leads Scart (Sacred and Divine Art at St Cuthbert’s) which through music, drama, poetry and dance seeks to celebrate God and explore the human experience. Dean also memorably played Jesus in the Passion play staged in Anglia Square on Good Friday.

Please book your place in advance by contacting Dean on 01603 482360 or email dean@sprowston.org.uk.
 
19/10/2019 10:30am
An opportunity to hear about the new resources from Freedom in Christ Ministries. In two hours, Freedom in Christ Ministries will outline three key concepts for developing a church-wide, inter-generational, discipleship strategy and share with you two exciting new courses - 'The Lightbringers' FIC for children and 'Keys to Health, Wholeness and Fruitfulness'. 

If you like what you hear, we’d be delighted to go on to work with you as you develop a whole-church discipleship strategy. We do not offer a “one size fits all” approach but love to help each church team identify the specific calling and gifting that God has given them and select the tools that are appropriate for their own situation.
19/10/2019 7:00pm
BROADLAND UKES – A Ukulele Concert to raise funds for the All Saints Bell Appeal.  Free Entry – Retiring Collection.
 
19/10/2019 7:30pm
Rev Canon Edward Carter, Vicar of St Peter Mancroft in Norwich, will talk about God and Money.  
Rev Carter was Canon Theologian at Chelmsford Cathedral, and before ordination he worked for small companies and ran his own business. Since 2010 he has been a Trustee of the Church of England’s CBF Funds, which has around £2bn of church money under investment. He also serves on the Ethical Investment Advisory Group of the Church of England. 
More information from Peter Nicholls, 01508 570557 / hethel@allbelievers.org.
21/10/2019 10:30am
Adat Yeshua will be holding the full High Holy Day Services during the next couple of months as always. There are morning services, all starting at 10.30, for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur, Sukkot (Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Last day of Tabernacles). All services are open to the interested public, but we would ask that if you have any questions about what is expected for each service that you email the Rabbi on rabbi@adatyeshua.co.uk first. Our High Holy Day services tend to be well visited so early ‘booking’ is advised. We look forward to meeting you.
22/10/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club is running a 'Steps to Employment' Course.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
23/10/2019 5:30pm
My survival & life in Norwich Illuminee Nganemariya in conversation with Paul Dickson

FREE EVENT
 
 
2019 edition of Miracle in Kilgali on sale
 
Tea/coffee £1-50Please telephone 01603 619731 or email enquiry@revelation-norwich.co.uk to reserve a place
 
 
24/10/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
25/10/2019 10:45am
Fairtrade stall and tombola - a prize every time! a competition, and of course coffee and cake. Everyone welcome.
29/10/2019 11:00am
Surrey Chapel's CAP Job Club is running a 'Steps to Employment' Course.  We will start with coffee and cakes and of course a very friendly and warm welcome!. Everyone is welcome.  The course is suitable for anyone looking for work, whether part time, full time or just something temporary to help with extra expenses over Christmas! We can help if you have only just begun looking for work or have been looking for sometime. We finish every week with a free lunch.

The course runs for 8 weeks taking clients from motivation, through recognising and overcoming obstacles, finding personal strengths to build a great CV, finishing with interview skills in a very informal way, in order for everyone to feel at ease.  We continue to run every Tuesday after the course has finished, to support people until they find work.

Two people found jobs during the last course and one found a specialist volunteer role.  A further 3 people have found suitable employment through the support of Job Club during the last month. 
31/10/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
01/11/2019 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Thirteenth Shewing, sin is behovely, and that makes all things well
01/11/2019 7:00pm
Professor Patricia Casey discusses The Interface between Psychiatry and the Christian Faith.  The study of the relationship between mental health and faith has been gathering pace in recent years. The positive news about this receives little coverage in the general media although within medical circles there are several journals devoted to this area of research. Yet psychiatrists tend, at best, to be neutral or indifferent to this link and some are frankly hostile to any view that religion may be beneficial. This talk will explore the evidence that faith is beneficial to mental health and how this might come about. The possibility that it is harmful will also be explored. 
02/11/2019 2:30pm
Sarah Housden, a Christian and Senior Lecturer at the UEA, will use her expertise and passion to launch a new monthly Dementia Support Group in Thorpe St Andrew open to anyone in the early stages following a dementia diagnosis, carers or those with concerns or an interest in the area.

Anyone wanting to find out more, or to assist with or come along to the group can contact Sarah at sarahj.housden@gmail.com or by phone in the evenings on 01603 436907.
02/11/2019 7:00pm
Sea Shanty evening with fish and chip supper to round of year of celebration of the church's 150 years in Lowestoft. 
03/11/2019 10:00am
Guest speaker Phil Moon, previous vicar.
Part of Christ Church's 150 years celebrations.
 

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